We had a pleasant stay during the day, but at night you could hear all the street noise, which made sleeping without ear plugs hard. Ask for a room not facing the street. There was a issue with the drain in the shower, it would not drain fully and there was water there the next morning. During the night there was a fire close by and the smoke smell woke us up. We were assured it was not our hotel and the smoke smell later cleared. Breakfast was delicious and filling for the price. If we are in town we would try this again.
The room was comfy and clean and the staff was "5 Stars"! From the time we pulled up to the time we left the team couldn't have been more accommodating and helpful. Thank you for making our stay so enjoyable.
Great location! One block fron the harbor and very close to Camden Yards. Hotel was average. There is no parking so we had to park at one of the lots on the street.
Room size was fine. I would stay here again just because of location and price.
Traveller from Rochester, NY
Step outside the front door of the Brookshire Suites and you’re at the center of Baltimore’s world-famous Inner Harbor …More
Had a great time in the inner harbor with family before our young children start school. Hotel was awesome, just the city was very busy both Friday & Saturday nights with emergency vehicles, helicopters and such nearby. Found a sound maker supplied by hotel on Sunday morning when we were leaving in the closet behind ironing board. Oh well. Great place, great city!
Johns Hopkins University occupies north Baltimore. To the south, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is Maryland’s most popular attraction. Oriole Park at Camden Yards revels in baseball’s past with a statue of Baltimore’s own Babe Ruth. Lexington Market offers an authentic glimpse and taste of Baltimore culture. The B & O Railroad Museum depicts the origins of mass transit in America.